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    Opera Keyboard Shortcuts

    If you are using Opera browser than you can browse a lot faster using the keyboard, and this page gives you an overview of the available keyboard shortcuts. Some operations have multiple shortcuts; use those you find most convenient.Pressing Alt Gr is the same as pressing Ctrl+Alt in opera.


    CTRL+O: Open a file using Opera.

    CTRL+S: Save a copy of the current page.

    CTRL+SHIFT+P: Toggle Print Preview.

    CTRL+P: Print the current page.

    CTRL+Q: Shut down Opera.

    CTRL+T: Open a new tab.

    CTRL+W: Close the current tab.

    CTRL+TAB: Move between active tabs.

    SHIFT+SPACE BAR: Scroll one screen up.

    PAGE UP: Scroll one screen up.

    SPACE BAR: Scroll one screen down.

    PAGE DOWN: Scroll one screen down.

    CTRL+PAGE UP: Scroll one screen to the left.

    CTRL+PAGE DOWN: Scroll one screen to the right.

    HOME: Scroll to the top of the current document.

    END: Scroll to the bottom of the current document.

    CTRL+LEFT ARROW: Move to the previous page in your browsing history.

    ALT+LEFT ARROW: Move to the previous page in your browsing history.

    CTRL+RIGHT ARROW: Move to the next page in your browsing history.

    ALT+RIGHT ARROW: Move to the next page in your browsing history.

    F5: Reload the current page.

    CTRL+R: Reload the current page.

    CTRL+F: Find specified text in the current page.

    CTRL+G: Find next instance of specified text in the current page.

    CTRL+SHIFT+G: Find previous instance of specified text in the current page.

    COMMA: Find specified text within links on the current page.

    CTRL+PLUS: Zoom in on the current page by 10%.

    PLUS: Zoom in on the current page by 10%.

    CTRL+MINUS: Zoom out on the current page by 10%.

    MINUS: Zoom out on the current page by 10%.

    CTRL+0 (Zero): Restore zoom display on the current page to 100%.

    F11: Use the entire screen for viewing the current page.

    SHIFT+UP ARROW: Proceed to the next link up on the page.

    SHIFT+DOWN ARROW: Proceed to the next link down on the page.

    SHIFT+LEFT ARROW: Proceed to the next link to the left on the page.

    SHIFT+RIGHT ARROW: Proceed to the next link to the right on the page.

    ENTER: Activate the link that is currently selected.

    SHIFT+ENTER: Activate the link that is currently selected in a new tab.

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    Re: Opera Keyboard Shortcuts

    Focus

    • Cycle focus within active context Tab and Shift + Tab
    • Activate Enter
    • Edit item properties Alt + Enter
    • Ctrl + I
    • Exit context or cancel Esc
    • Display context (right-click) menu Ctrl + M


    System keys


    • Open file Ctrl + O
    • Save copy of page Ctrl + S
    • Save copy of page with all images and elements Ctrl + Alt + S
    • Print page Ctrl + P
    • Close Opera Ctrl + Q
    • Hide Opera Ctrl + H


    Loading keys

    Access


    • Go to your home page Ctrl + Space
    • Alt + Home
    • Enter a Web address F2
    • Paste and go in current or new tab Ctrl + B
    • Paste and go in background tab Ctrl + Shift + B
    • Enter nickname for fast bookmark access Shift + F2
    • Save page address as new bookmark Ctrl + D
    • Save as new bookmark in active bookmark folder Ctrl + Shift + D


    Transmission


    • Reload (get latest version of) page Ctrl + R
    • F5
    • Reload selected frame Alt + F5
    • Ctrl + Shift + R
    • Reload all open pages Ctrl + F5
    • Ctrl + Alt + R
    • Stop page loading Esc
    • Read selected text using voice function V
    • Cancel current voice prompt Esc

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    Re: Opera Keyboard Shortcuts

    This is a little easier if you are already familiar with some common system and Multiple Document Interface shortcuts, although more than half of Opera's shortcuts are unique to the browser. Working without the address bar is is also possible-- Ctrl+F8 toggles this bar on and off.

    Wherever you are in the Opera interface, you should find a local context menu, or "right-click menu". Using the keyboard, the command Ctrl+M will display a context menu practically wherever your keyboard focus may be. The context menus are navigable using the directional arrow keys, and offer additional options and shortcuts for many functions.

    Opera's full-screen mode, otherwise known as Opera Show, can be activated using F11, and deactivated using the same key. Navigate in full-screen mode by using PgUp/PgDn and the arrow keys.

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    Re: Opera Keyboard Shortcuts

    Nice tips. Thank you . Its really very useful for the people how work mostly with keyboards..

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